The Construction Engineering and Management program offers classes within the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The courses are offered to help students prepare for a successful career in the engineering and construction industry. Courses focus on the integration of engineering and construction offering diverse topics that cover both construction engineering (e.g., site layout, equipment selection, formwork design, etc.) and construction management (e.g., scheduling, estimating, contracts, risk and decision support, etc.). We believe blending this rigorous civil or architectural engineering core curriculum with a wide variety of construction-related courses better prepares students for success in the civil engineering, architectural engineering, and construction sector.
Course Numbering and Notes
1000 - 2000 courses are usually intended for lower-division students (freshmen and sophomores)
3000 - 4000 courses are intended for upper-division students (juniors and seniors). These courses cannot be taken for credit towards M.S. or Ph.D. degrees.
5000-level courses usually require graduate-student status, but may be open to qualified undergraduates with instructor consent.
Courses at the 6000, 7000, and the 8000 level are usually open only to graduate students.
AREN – Architectural Engineering
CVEN – Civil Engineering